WITTON crashed out of the FA Cup last Tuesday when going down to the only goal of the game - in the fifth minute of extra time.
There was very little of note in the first half with most of the play confined to midfield and neither keeper had a great deal to do.
Simon Barnbrook fired over from 20 yards on 20 minutes and Mark Peers shot right across the box but went wide of the far post a minute later. Alex Brown fired over on 49 minutes and Peers played in Mike Moseley on 62 minutes, but his volley was blocked by Tom Morgan.
Albion should have scored in the 68th minute when Steve Connor's cross was met by Adam Warlow at the far post, but he headed wide. The visitors came close again on 81 minutes when a Sean Whalley cross fell to Steve Connor, but the ball bounced awkwardly and came off his leg into the keeper's arms.
Farsley had the ball in the net four times in the second half but all were ruled out for offside. But they made the breakthrough in the 95th minute when sub Roy Stammer beat two men and crossed for Gareth Grant to touch home.
A Peers shot looked destined for goal seven minutes later but the keeper made a great save. Two minutes from the end Warlow should have scored with a header, but it went wide.